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HALF. One equal part of a thing divided into two parts, either in fact or in contemplation. A moiety. This word is used in composition; as, half cent, half dime, &c.

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Quorum Express X5 - continues half-hourly, but will operate via Four Lane Ends, Benton Park Road and Freeman Hospital and provides link from Newcastle Haymarket to Freeman Hospital.
An additional half-hourly local service between Abergavenny and Cardiff, withanewstation at Caerleon;
He said the half-hourly Boxing Day services, which needed six drivers, took onlypounds 64.
Service 168 between Sutton Coldfield and Minworth - peak hour journeys introduced and overall frequency increased to half-hourly.
Under Centro proposals, Coventry would retain a half-hourly fast Intercity service to London.
WRVS head of service for Wales Sally Rivers and WRVS's Great Britain general manager Frank Garofalo will hold half-hourly sessions between 9am and 12pm at the hospital.
The scheme requires all non-transport UK organisations from half-hourly meter point users to businesses using more than 6GW of half-hourly electricity a year to register and provide details of their energy consumption.
The X9 will double the frequency of services between Newcastle and Middlesbrough to half-hourly.
Previously the 71 service ran half-hourly from the Norman Conquest, Flatts Lane, to Middlesbrough.
Why do Valleys commuters have to wait until May 2009 for the long-awaited half-hourly service between Merthyr and Cardiff when the new fast service between Cardiff and North Wales will commence some six months sooner?
COMMUTERS between Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil are expected to swap their cars for the train when a new half-hourly rail service is launched next May.
This would have provided either an hourly, two-hourly or half-hourly service that way.